EAST EUROPE'S ENERGY TRADE TAKES NEW SHAPE

Charles Movit PlanEcon Inc. Washington, D.C. Often in the past, Western analysts of global energy demand have treated Eastern Europe as just part of a black box labeled "Communist." Only the net flow of energy to the "non-Communist" world was of any consequence. The region, although primarily a major net importer of energy from the Soviet Union, was a very small net exporter of energy to "nonCommunist" countries based on Polish coal exports, Romanian refined petroleum product exports, and some

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